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Events September 30, 2012


Gourmet & Grapes‚ … Iron Chef throw down VllI


Cabana Bar & Grille kicks off the Fall Harvest season with Gourmet & Grapes during the start of the Okanagan Fall Wine Festival. Gourmet & grapes is a mixing, mingling, and grazing event that boasts some of the Okanagan’s top Chefs. Six different restaurants are represented. And what is a wine event without the main ingredient? Participating wineries include some of the area’s most renowned including famed winemaker Howard Soon and Sandhill, Gray Monk, Burrowing Owl, Church & State, and others. Also included, ROUND 8 of Iron Chef Okanagan- Cabana’s own celebrity Chef Ned Bell(also of Foodnetwork Canada) will go head to head with his next culinary challenger in a live, friendly Iron Chef competition. Filmed, narrated, and


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broadcasted throughout the event, so guests wont miss a beat of this culinary competition no matter where they are sipping and swirling. The venue also features a fully heated patio-wine-garden. Allowing guests plenty of room to gather. This is one of the most exciting wine festival events of the season. Tickets: $85 included - entrance, wine, food, Iron Chef event, and a free shuttle home (within Kelowna district). Don’t hesitate; this event sells out every Wine Festival. Cabana Bar and Grille 6:00 PM $85


250.763.1955 www.cabanagrille.com


A lively airline with a nice aftertaste.


As the official airline, WestJet toasts the Spring Okanagan Wine Festival. It’s one of more than 40 festivals where you’ll find us this year.


To vote for the Okanagan Wine Festival as your favourite Canadian festival, visit westjetfestivals.com.


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